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THE SIEGE OF WONDER by  Mark S Geston - Paperback - First Edition - 1977 - from Ravenswood Books and


by Geston, Mark S

Condition: Very Good

DAW. Very Good. 1977. First Edition. Softcover. 0879973250 . Attractive copy. Clean, tight condition. Pages unmarked, light age tanning to covers & page edges. Cover has light edge & corner wear and small tears to spine bottom. "After centuries of fighting wizards, dedicated scientists have found the answer to winning the war: turn magic into science ... But to gather such information, the Special Office decides a transmitter must be implanted in a legendary unicorn, the prize talisman of the most powerful magician..." (*shipping will be reduced after checkout to all locations) [103-osl]; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 190 pages .


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